Miller Forristall has visited Alabama numerous times since he committed to the school back in June, but his most recent trip was one of the best one yet.
“The overall experience of getting to know more coaches and players was the best part of the visit,” Forristall told SEC Country. “Being around that environment was great.”
Forristall, a 3-star tight end from Cartersville (Ga.) High School, took an official visit to Alabama this week and had a chance to meet with coach Nick Saban and tight ends coach Bobby Williams.
“They’re happy that I’m going there,” Forristall said. “They are happy that I am committed there. I’ll be there in a couple of weeks it seems like. I’m looking forward to it.”
The 6-foot-5, 220-pounder also had a chance to talk with Crimson Tide quarterback commit Jalen Hurts. The two have developed a good friendship. Forristall thinks Hurts could have a chance to compete for a spot high on the depth chart next season.
“He’s got a quick release,” Forristall said of Hurts. “I think he will be able to fight for a spot. He’s a tremendous athlete. I think he’ll have a good shot for early playing time.”
Forristall is an early enrollee and will not visit any more schools despite California’s constant recruitment of him.
“Cal-Berkley is a great school, but I am fully committed to Alabama,” he said. “I am not visiting any more schools. I am done with that.”
Forristall is rated as the nation’s No. 15 tight end and is the state of Georgia’s No. 35 prospect overall.